More needs to be done to support British South Asians who suffer from coeliac disease, say Sefinat Somorin, Humayun Muhammad and Yvonne Jeanes.
Yvonne Jeanes reveals how dietetic-led services and remote appointments are helping patients manage their condition.
The 2022 Symposium saw 62 abstracts presented in person and three presented via recordings across 12 streams. Here we feature the nine student winners.
A new resource offers guidance for parents and caregivers on what they can say, do, and what may be best to avoid when talking about weight.
Lorna Breeze is one of 500 outstanding volunteers to be chosen as the nation’s Coronation Champions.
In December 2022, Health Education England (HEE) presented awards to members of the AHP Support Workforce
BDA members, working in NHS England have accepted the most recent pay offer from the Government.
It’s time for the Government to implement a Food Strategy that’s fit for purpose.
There is much work to be done by the Scottish Government. Here are our key asks for Humza Yousaf and his Cabinet.
The BDA Trade Union National Executive Committee (TUNEC) is recommending that members in England accept the latest pay offer from the Government for NHS workers.
All you need to know about the latest pay offer for NHS workers in England.
We need to see the Government take more concrete steps and hands on action to support the British people to be able to make healthier choices, particularly young children.
If accepted, the offer would boost pay significantly this year and mean a wage increase next year that’s more than the government had budgeted for.
Although this is not that new to many dietitians, an important debate has started in the general media around the use of inclusive language, when it comes to how we talk about people living with obesity and overweight.
Annina Whipp is a senior specialist paediatric dietitian. In this Q&A she tells us about how she manages cow’s milk allergy management in practice.
Following the BDA’s successful mandate for industrial action and subsequent letter to the PM, the BDA has been invited into NHS pay negotiations with the Health Secretary.
Join the campaign to get Elsie Widdowson a blue plaque in Dulwich, where she grew up.
Health unions, including the BDA have received an invite from the Government to enter into formal pay talks.